7/9
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with the Seattle City of Literature, commissions and supports an experienced poet for a two-year residency. The Civic Poet is a cultural ambassador for Seattle’s rich, multi-hued [...]
7/8
Join us on this month’s First Thursday, July 11, at ARTS at King Street Station for a party celebrating COMPLEXITY and the opening reception for Luminous Being by Zabia Colovos. ARTS at King Street Station is open Wed. – Sat. 11 a.m. [...]
7/3
In nearly every profession, there is a chicken and egg problem: experience helps applicants get a job, but without the first job, how does one acquire experience? Public art is no different in that regard. Public art, and the art world overall, are [...]
7/3
FREE Performances at Seattle Center! Artists at the Center introduces emerging and established artists to Seattle Center while broadening the arts and cultural experiences in the Uptown Arts & Cultural District. Join us for surprising and [...]
6/20
The Creative Advantage has completed our first ten years of implementation and is now in every Seattle Public School. We’re embarking on a strategic plan with the help of Rainbow Research to sustain and deepen our work for the next 10 years. Just [...]

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The Office of Arts & Culture promotes the value of arts and culture in, and of, communities throughout Seattle. It strives to ensure that a wide range of high-quality artistic experiences are available to everyone, encourage artist-friendly arts and cultural policy.